Ilhan Omar has Been Found Guilty of 6 Campaign Violations


If she were a Republican, her punishment would have been much worse, nevertheless, Ilhan Omar was found guilty of 6 campaign violations including five cases in which she improperly used campaign funds to pay for travel and hotel expenses that are forbidden by campaign finance law.

She also used campaign funds to pay for her immigration and tax records that were not campaign expenses. She was only fined $500 and told to pay $3,469 fine for the unauthorized expenses. There are now questions about her income tax filings. She may have committed tax fraud in eight separate years.

Omar was married to her brother from 2009-2017, but she filed a joint return with Ahmed Hirsi in at least 2014 and 2015. Unmarried couples are not recognized as people who can file a joint return and in those two years, Omar was married to Ahmed Nur Said Elmi, who is allegedly her brother in a possible immigration fraud case.

This needs to be investigated fully.

From The Gateway Pundit

Fox 9 reported: U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar must personally pay a $500 civil fine to the state for violating a campaign finance law, the Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board ordered Thursday.

In addition, Omar must reimburse her political campaign $3,469 for improperly used campaign funds, the board said in its decision.

Five times, Omar’s campaign improperly paid hotel or travel expenses for Omar to attend out-of-state events in 2017, the board found. In other cases, the board found Omar’s campaign had paid for Omar’s immigration records and two years of tax returns without justifying their benefit to her campaign.

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